Three weeks in and Disney musical extravaganza Frozen II is continuing to top the bill.
Frozen II, the follow up to 2013’s box office smash, continued to dominate the UK Box Office.
There was snow let up for the Disney juggernaut, as Frozen II remained on top of the US summit.
Disney sequel Frozen II iced its rivals once again, topping the bill at the UK Box Office for the second week.
Frozen II caught the ski lift straight to the summit of the US Box Office on debut.
Blockbusting sequel Frozen II slid straight to the top of the UK Box Office on its opening weekend.
New kid on the block Ford v Ferrari (Le Mans ’66 in UK) sped straight to the top of the US Box Office chart.
Last Christmas, starring Emilia Clarke, brought some festive cheer to UK audiences to debut at number one.
WWII drama Midway blitzed all its rivals to fly straight into the top spot in the US Chart.
Acclaimed drama Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, topped the UK chart for the sixth week running.
Reuniting Arnie and Linda Hamilton seemed to work, with the latest Terminator gunning for the top in the US.
Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker continued to defy the odds after topping the bill in the UK for the 5th week running.
US audiences were kept spellbound by the evil Queen Maleficent for the second week running.
Joaquin Phoenix’s critically acclaimed performance as Joker won the UK audiences over once again.
Angelina Jolie returned triumphantly to the top of the US box office with Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil.